byNorth Carolina. Division of Mineral Resources; Hunter, Charles E. (Charles Eugene), 1911-; Murdock, Thomas G. (Thomas Glenn), 1901-; MacCarthy, Gerald R. (Gerald Raleigh), 1897-; Tennessee Valley Authority
"Prepared and published in cooperation with the Tennessee valley authority, under the direction of Jasper L. Stuckey, North Carolina Departments of Conservation and Development, and H.S. Rankin, Tennessee valley authority." Topics: Chromite, Mines and mineral resources
In an attempt to elucidate the site of action of combustion catalysts in augmenting burning rates of composite solid rocket propellants based on Carboxyl terminated Polybutadiebe (CTPB)– Ammonium per chlorate (AP), efforts have been made to understand the role of n-butylferrocene (n-BFC), copper chromite (CC), and mixed catalyst system of n-BFC. In respect of copper chromite, at higher catalyst concentrations, diffusion mixing parameters are more dominating than the reaction controlling... Topics: Ferrocene, n-butylferrocene, Copper Chromite, burning rate, diffusion controlled, reaction...